Apple Subsidies in Tennessee totaled $274,513 from 1995-2017.

Counties in Tennessee Receiving apple subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Apple Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bledsoe County, Tennessee$64,47523.5%23.5%
2Obion County, Tennessee$56,08620.4%43.9%
3Cocke County, Tennessee$46,89317.1%61.0%
4Lincoln County, Tennessee$23,4898.6%69.6%
5Bradley County, Tennessee$17,0806.2%75.8%
6Sevier County, Tennessee$14,2145.2%81.0%
7Cumberland County, Tennessee$8,0082.9%83.9%
8Carter County, Tennessee$6,7502.5%86.3%
9Hardeman County, Tennessee$5,6572.1%88.4%
10Wilson County, Tennessee$4,2761.6%90.0%
11Shelby County, Tennessee$3,8611.4%91.4%
12Hamilton County, Tennessee$3,1681.2%92.5%
13Sequatchie County, Tennessee$2,9081.1%93.6%
14Putnam County, Tennessee$2,6101.0%94.5%
15Robertson County, Tennessee$2,5420.9%95.4%
16Loudon County, Tennessee$2,2880.8%96.3%
17Smith County, Tennessee$2,1740.8%97.1%
18Johnson County, Tennessee$2,1170.8%97.8%
19Haywood County, Tennessee$2,0330.7%98.6%
20Hamblen County, Tennessee$1,5160.6%99.1%
21Sumner County, Tennessee$9420.3%99.5%
22Carroll County, Tennessee$6590.2%99.7%
23Van Buren County, Tennessee$3790.1%99.9%
24Jefferson County, Tennessee$3190.1%100.0%
25Knox County, Tennessee$720.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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